When You Believe

When You Believe

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by Jessica Barksdale Inclan
     
 

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In this utterly bewitching novel, Jessica Incl n introduces the sexy, magical Sariel Valasay. Telepath and healer. Sworn to protect our world and resist its temptations. But some pleasures are impossible to resist.

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Chased by thugs, San Francisco poet Miranda Stead plunges through a door to what she thinks is safety. Instead she finds herself

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In this utterly bewitching novel, Jessica Incl n introduces the sexy, magical Sariel Valasay. Telepath and healer. Sworn to protect our world and resist its temptations. But some pleasures are impossible to resist.

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Chased by thugs, San Francisco poet Miranda Stead plunges through a door to what she thinks is safety. Instead she finds herself surrounded by a bunch of paranoid, robe—wearing people who can read her thoughts. And then he steps up: tall, dark, amber—eyed, gorgeous Sariel Valasay—lured by her mind probably, and its deliciously wrong ideas.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780821780800
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
06/01/2006
Pages:
352
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.26(h) x 0.93(d)

Meet the Author

Jessica Barksdale Inclán teaches writing, mythology, and women's literature at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, California.

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When You Believe 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I picked this up randomly after hearing only a brief description of it and had to have it. This is definitely a must-have for summer.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was great!! I picked it up while I was down at the beach. I have never read anything by Jessica Inclan and I plan on reading more novels by her. The story was a great, fun plot line and the romance was great. I wanted to go off and marry the lead male character. I stayed up until about 4am reading through the first half of the book and finished it up the second evening. Great!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was absoutely gorgeous.. moving, brillant, and complete. I read this book in a day. I stayed up till 6 in the morning reading it. And thought about it all day. I've even tried to conjur up the grey myself. This book is amazing. Its worth it's money.. and so much more.
harstan More than 1 year ago
On a warm San Franciscan night, Zaps poet contributor Miranda Stead heads to the lot where her car is parked, but neither are where they should be in fact nothing is right. Instead some testosterone types chase after her until she rushes through a door, falls, and probably breaks her ankle with people yelling at her demanding who she is and how she got here as none of them know how she did it. The group accuses her of being a lousy Moyenne spy she thinks they are crazy. --- Telepathic healer Sariel Valasay agrees to escort Miranda home as she has inadvertently dropped through a portal to the world of Les Croyant des Trois. He plans to erase her memory of their meeting and her trek into his realm as he fears for her and her world if the dark forces learn of a Moyenne penetrating the barrier. As they journey together, they are attracted to one another. However, he erases her memory of him, or at least he thinks he did. She refuses to forget, but unbeknownst to Sariel his memory of her is gone even as Miranda hunts for her soul mate. --- Though romantic fantasy fans will need to give this complex tale time to provide the background on the Inclan universe, readers will appreciate the wait once they grasp the nuances as this is a superb tale. Fans will root for Miranda who refuses to allow her memory of meeting her beloved to die and hope she and Sariel find a way to be with one another. Readers will believe that Jessica Inclan provides an entertaining deep thriller in which is the ultimate weapon. --- Harriet Klausner
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the first book that I read by Jessica Inclan and I could not put it down! I loved the whole story, it made me feel as if I was in the story with the characters. I will definitely be getting more books by Jessica Inclan!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Someone recommended this book to me as a 'light, summer read.' Well, it was light, that's for sure. It was so childishly written, my eight-year-old daughter could have done better, in my opinion. I found numerous grammer mistakes, which tells me either the author or her editor, if she had one, didn't do her job. If you value your reading time, even your genre romance reading time, do yourself a favor and skip this one.